Looking at proportional relationships

In this lesson, we will look at proportional relationships, in particular the unitary method whereby we calculate proportion as a ratio of 1:n.

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Quiz:

Looking at proportional relationships.

Exit Quiz

Q1.Pens are sold in boxes. Each box contains 6 pens. How many pens are there in 5 boxes.

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Q2.If 4 ice creams cost £4.80, what is the cost of 2 ice creams?

2/5

Q3.4 pens cost £4.40. What is the cost of 1 pen?

3/5

Q4.4 bottles of sports drink cost £2.40. How much will 16 bottles cost?

4/5

Q5.4 bottles of sports drink cost £2.40. How much would 11 bottles cost?

5/5

Quiz:

Looking at proportional relationships.

Exit Quiz

Q1.Pens are sold in boxes. Each box contains 6 pens. How many pens are there in 5 boxes.

1/5

Q2.If 4 ice creams cost £4.80, what is the cost of 2 ice creams?

2/5

Q3.4 pens cost £4.40. What is the cost of 1 pen?

3/5

Q4.4 bottles of sports drink cost £2.40. How much will 16 bottles cost?

4/5

Q5.4 bottles of sports drink cost £2.40. How much would 11 bottles cost?

5/5

Lesson summary: Looking at proportional relationships

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